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Auraliti extend range of music servers

The Auraliti PK100 is a US$799 fanless, Linux-based music server and player that pushes digital audio via Music Player Daemon out to a [email protected] card.  Yes, I have heard one: it easily held its own against the John Kenny modded Hiface coupled to a MacBook Pro. 

With the success of this neat and affordable device under their belts, 2011 will be a busy year for Auraliti as three new products are set to head out the door via different retail channels – some website only, some dealer only.

Check ’em:

  • L1000 – Uncompromising performance with AES/EBU digital output, Aluminum case, via audio retailers ONLY.
  • PK200 – a revision of the PK100 with upgraded power supply
  • PKUSB – USB only version of the PK100

You can read more about the L1000 here.

John H. Darko

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